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Bomber Command Memorial, London
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Tastefully designed and carefully maintained, Bomber Command Memorial exists as a reminder and tribute to the men and women of the Royal Air Force who served during World War II. Built in 2012, the museum’s facade boasts ornate columns carved from Portland stone. A bronze sculpture depicting seven pilots serves as the main feature of the interior. Our London trip itinerary builder makes visiting Bomber Command Memorial and other London attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • This was one of the worst meals I have ever had. It was a Christmas lunch for a Club 26 booked some months ago. The service was terrible, food, when it arrived was mediocre and nothing like stated on ...  more »
  • I had my picture taken with this memorial as my father was in the Royal Air Force. Stunning statues and people should have much respect for those who died. 
  • This Memorial I saw when passing on Piccadilly. It stands on the corner of Green Park, which goes to the Duke of Wellington square and Colonnade of the Memorial stretches along Piccadilly. In this part of London has many monuments to the military theme. This is a relatively new, opened less than five years ago. Bronze group of pilots is at the Centre of the Memorial. It struck me as a sculptor in detail recreated their subtleties of their uniforms. The roof over the monument no: over the heads of the pilots is open day and night sky. The Memorial is dedicated to all fallen aviators who served in link bombers in the air forces of the Commonwealth and its allies. At the feet of pilots to lay wreaths and flowers.
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  • The RAF Bomber Command Memorial is a memorial, which glorified war criminal and cultral destroying. Arthur Harris is one of most evil people in history. He ordered the destroying of german cities with 600.000 victims . The 55,573 airmen were no heroes but also the victims of this murderous raids plan.
  • I thought this was a beautiful memorial. My mums first husband was in bomber command. It was lovely to go and see this memorial and remember him
  • Stunning tribute to the brave people who made us what we are today. Well worth a visit on a sunny day.
  • Very nice memorial to those air pilots who died fighting during world war 2. It was completed in the year 2012, so it's very new and well done.
  • A long overdue and fitting tribute to those intrepid airmen. One of London's newest and most impressive memorials. Inspired and inspiring.